Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry

Improving Your Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures

Current cosmetic dentistry procedures allow patients to have attractive teeth quicker and less painfully. At Coleman County Dental Center, we specialize in cosmetic dentistry procedures to help you achieve these results. The health and appearance of your teeth are important, so we stay updated on the latest techniques for giving you a bright and beautiful smile.

What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry is a great option for people who have stained, chipped, broken, misshapen or misaligned teeth. Cosmetic dentistry procedures can enhance the overall appearance of your smile using techniques such as whitening, bonding and more.

Types of Cosmetic Procedures


During the teeth whitening procedure, a chemical is used to clean out the pores in your teeth which eliminates stains on your teeth and brightens your smile. Whitening is a very cost-effective procedure which does not damage your teeth, but you can experience some sensitivity.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers look incredibly natural and can last up to 15 years. These are extremely thin custom-made shells that are placed over your natural teeth. They can change the shape, size, color, position and length of your teeth.


Dental bonding is a good option for those who have chipped or cracked teeth. During this procedure, a tooth color filling material is applied to your teeth and hardened with a UV or laser light which bonds the material to the tooth. After the material has bonded, the tooth is trimmed and shaped.

Ceramic Crowns

Ceramic crowns can be used for a variety of cosmetic purposes including closing spaces or replacing missing teeth. Crowns can be designed to match the color of adjacent teeth and blend in with the surrounding natural teeth.

Enamel Shaping

This is the process of shaping, or contouring your natural teeth to improve their overall appearance. If your teeth are slightly crowded or uneven, enamel shaping can be used to improve the appearance.

Dental Implants

Dental implants look and feel like real teeth. These are surgically positioned posts which are inserted into the jawbone beneath the gums, which are then covered by replacement teeth or crowns.